Samsung has today revealed some details about the Smart TVs it will be showing during the CES 2016 tradeshow in January next year.
One of those innovations is the inclusion of a new gaming platform on the TVs, which will allow users to reportedly stream over 400 games to a smart TV, with another 100 available to download at the launch of the TV.
Titles will include a range of different game titles, including Assassin’s Creed III, Batman: Arkham Origins and The Lego Movie Video Game, which will all stream directly from the PlayStation Now service, and will be included with a number of other titles from a range of titles.
Samsung will use this launch to enhance their Smart TV GAMES offering, which is already in use by gamers in 43 countries, with 4.5 million monthly users according to Samsung.
On top of this, Samsung also revealed that its 2016 range of Smart TVs will also have access to the SmartThing platform as standard, allowing the TV to work as a Smart Home hub for controlling Internet of THings devices.
These new TVs will be able to connect and control a ramge of Samsung devices and SmartThings sensors, with more than 200 compatible devices ranging from connected lights, all the way up to door locks.
However for full support a SmartThings Extend USB adapter is required.
Samsung has yet to announce any details on specific Smart TVs, but we expect that we will hear about that at CES next week.